If Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection really is in HD, my eyes are worse off than I thought they were. Make no mistake: Akira Toriyama's classic art style makes for some flashy and colorful action. But there's a certain degree of visual sharpness that naturally comes with other HD remakes, and it is not present here. Most of the cutscenes and menu screens are clearly meant for standard definition televisions.
Dragon, dragon, rock the dragon. There are snippets of classic Dragon Ball Z music, but most of it is original, and by extension, stupid. There's a lot of bland J-rocky fluff. On the voice acting side of things, it certainly sounds like the original English dubbing cast has participated in these games. However, their level of involvement isn't even close to that in the television show.